Berlin, Germany

Are you looking for an ultra modern city with a rich past, creative districts, hip clubs and plenty of historical architecture? Book a ticket to cultural Berlin!

Fly to Berlin to experience everything you expect from a city tip. Do you want to eat out in splendour? No problem! Go to the Fernsehturm on the centrally located Alexanderplatz. You will get a breathtaking view from the revolving restaurant in this 368 metre high television tower. Do you want to know more about Berlin’s past? Go to the famous Berlin Wall or to a museum about World War II. The Holocaust-Mahnmal Memorial is very impressive. The fun way to see the sights is by segway! But of course you can also explore Berlin using the S-Bahn and

U-Bahn metro.

Fly to trendy Berlin

Berlin has more to offer than only remembrances of the past. This trendy city consists of districts with artistic graffiti, big theatres and hip clubs such as the Berghain. For traditional food and drink try the tasty Bockwurst washed down with an ice cold Berliner Weisse. Book an affordable ticket to Berlin!

Practical information

Transport to/from the airport

Berlin Schönefeld is located about 18 km from the city centre. You can travel to/from the airport by taxi, bus or train.
  • Taxi

    Taxis run all day to and from the airport. The taxi rank at the airport is outside the exit of Terminal A.
  • Bus

    Various bus lines go to the centre of Berlin, such as the 163, 171, X7, N7 and N60. The buses are parked outside the exit of Terminal A.
  • Train

    From the airport you can take the regional trains RE7 and RB14 (Airport Express) to the centre of Berlin. You can also take the S-Bahn (S9 and S45). These run more frequently than the regional trains but the journey takes a bit longer.

Transport in the city/region

Travel anywhere within Berlin:
  • Metro

    The fastest and most convenient way to travel in Berlin is by metro. The U-Bahn is the 'regular' metro network, which takes you almost everywhere in Berlin. The S-Bahn is the network running through the outskirts of the city. 
  • Bus

    You will find bus stops all over the centre of Berlin – many of them in front of hotels. At every bus stop, there are maps depicting all relevant bus routes. In any case, line 100 is one to remember, as it stops at all the sights.
  • Tram

    Berlin has 22 tram lines that run in and around the city. If you have time to spend, take the tram to explore the city. 
  • Taxi

    In Berlin, you can hire a taxi at a taxi rank or hail one on the street. The taxis are cream-coloured. 

Passport and visa

You need a valid passport or identity card.

Time zone

GMT +1 (summer time +2) 
There is no time difference between Berlin and the Netherlands.


The currency used in Berlin is the Euro (EUR).

Duration of flight

The flight to Berlin lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The outbound and inbound flights may be shorter if the wind direction is favourable.

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